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Big Al04/10/2009 13:18:36
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The greenhouse is now finished, well until I get to the timber merchants again as I want to make a collapsable shelf.
 
Al 
Sparky04/10/2009 13:23:03
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You have done an excellent job here Al and it certainly works going by the new shoots growing.
 

 
 Well done mate, very impressed.
 
Marc
 
Ron Davis04/10/2009 16:16:08
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Great work Al I like the rack for the canes
 
Ron
Derek Lane04/10/2009 18:26:05
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Great job nice to see it complete. Just one question you is going to clean all the windows
jay 104/10/2009 19:00:59
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looks really well al is it iroko or saepple
Doug04/10/2009 21:26:50
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Superb Al,
 
You & yours must be over the moon at the prospect of gardening in such a super greenhouse.
 
Great workmanship, very well done.
 
 
Baz

Edited By baz on 04/10/2009 21:27:12

Alan T.04/10/2009 21:53:28
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Superb Job Al ,well done. Will look great full of tomatoes next year. Any thoughts on heating.
  Cheers   Alan T.
George Arnold05/10/2009 17:47:15
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Al
 It is an excellent job, look forward to seeing it in full production over the next year, Alan asked are you going to heat it?.
 
 George
Big Al05/10/2009 18:16:15
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I don't know yet if I am going to heat it, as it's still all new to me I am still learning. So I will wait and see.
 
Many thanks for the comments.
 
Al 
Delete05/10/2009 18:53:41
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Derek
You dont clean Greenhouse windows you paint them White to stop the place geting too hot in the Summer, Even one like we have just had we had to refresh the white on the glass.
Ralph Harvey05/10/2009 21:54:55
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Great Job Al
 
A project to be proud of and one that will certainly last !
 
Ralph
 
 
Ged Meager17/12/2009 11:44:35
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gREAT JOB LOVELY WOOD and the brightest workshop Ive ever seen be a bugger cleaning all the sawdust of that glass
GED
steve h17/12/2009 12:56:43
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Absolutely lovely job Al, somewhere to while away the hours in the summer, love to know what would you used and the finish as well?
steve h17/12/2009 12:59:49
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Sorry, that must be the most rediculous spelling mistake to date - is it wood or would - what a plonker I am!
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Steve
 
At least you noticed it before any one else. not that it realy matters. The thing I like is no one points fingars at silli spilling musteaks.
 
Gor.

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